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bloomquist is off, in the news, the man accused in a deadly shooting outside a planned parenthood will face a judge today. authorities are searching for
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the police imposters who are robbing people in south philadelphia. we'll have the big story on "action news" this noon is a murder suicide in hatfield, montgomery county. police are piecing together what happened inside this home on diamond street. they found three people dead late last night. annie mccormick has been at the scene all morning long and she joins us live with an update. annie. >> reporter: and rick, at this point authorities have not released the names of the deceased they tell us they are waiting to notify next of kin. a 27-year-old woman and 4-year-old child escaped unharmed. neighbors say this family was the family that got along with themselves and neighbors. a 911 call brought police to the grizzly scene inside this home covered in christmas lights. inside they found three adults dead two shot multiple times. investigators from the montgomery county district attorney's office believe the alleged shooter killed himself after he opened fire with a semi
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automatic rifle sunday night. >> it appears it was domestically related and there were two other people in the house, 27-year-old and a 4-year-old. they were unharmed, but we had multiple shots that were fired and, again, three deceased. neighbors work up to the sight of detectives in their neighborhood. the 100 block of diamond street doesn't see much crime. >> we didn't hear no gun shots, it was a youth night. >> reporter: authorities believe the shooter was a 48-year-old male the victims a 48-year-old female and her 28-year-old son. >> they reside at the residence where the murder and suicide occur. >> reporter: this man spoke to his neighbor every day, including sunday morning. there appears to be no trouble. >> that's what is so strange,
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we shared everything, book, lawn tools, everything. >> back out here live, neighbors say it appears the two 48-year-olds were engaged. they found ballistic evidence at the scene, and the investigation is still on going. reporting live in hatfield, montgomery county. channel 6 "action news." >> during now to the be act forecast it's a chilly start -- accuweather forecast, it's a chilly start to the workweek. rain is on the way as we say so long to november. it's dry out there right now, but showers will arrive later tonight. let's get the latest from karen rogers who is in for david murphy at the big board. >> reporter: hi, rick, the weather story is we do have rain later on tonight. it's a chilly day ahead of that. we're mostly dry through the area, we're starting to see a sprinkle not all of it reaching ground. you may get a drizzle drop in
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newark or middletown or millville you may get a shower. the bulk of the rain is well to our south. we have a warm front that will lifter through the region and cold front that will press in from the west. we have rain coming in from tuesday and wednesday. 44 degrees right now in philadelphia. this morning we started off just in the 20s in a lot of spots. 39 in allentown. getting better. 47 degrees in millville. 51 in atlantic city. so temperatures not as cold as they were this morning, but staying a little bit below average. the high today is 48 degrees. for the afternoon commute we'll see cloudy skies, we'll see the clouds lower and thicken, feeling which i amie by 4:00 p.m. 5:30, 46 degrees. the real rain arrives late
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evening into tonight. the one area we have concern is up in the poconos. looking at 8:00 p.m. tonight, 33 degrees in the poconos. we have a slight chance in some of the higher elevations of some of the light showers start to develop, you could get freezing rain in the poconos. the rest of the region is well above freezing. 46 in the city. that's the one spot we're concerned about, we'll talk about that in the seven-day forecast coming up in a few minutes. >> as the rain moves in tonight, check become at 6abc.com/weather for updates and use the social media links to follow our entire team of meteorologists on facebook and twitter. security is extremely high in paris as world leaders gather for a summit on climate change. president obama and others are there to focus on the environment. terrorism remains a top talking point days after the deadly attack there. lama hasan joins us live from
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washington with more. >> reporter: lama. >> reporter: good afternoon, rick, while many gather together to fight climate change there's another issue very much on their minds. in france, climate change is on the agenda, but terrorism is on the minds. >> we salute the people of paris for insisting this crucial conference go on an act of defines that proves nothing will deter us from building the future we want for our children. >> reporter: inter spersed among the speeches discussion continue on the islamic terrorism that led to the death of 130 people in paris. president obama paying tribute to all the victims with a single white rose and with nearly 200 world leaders in paris so soon after the terror attacks, the city is in lockdown.
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all public protests are banned. yesterday some tried to assembly in defines. police and protesters clashing. while inside the conference major meetings between world leaders including president obama and the chinese president. the chinese considering a greater role in the terror fight after a chinese hostage was killed by isis. >> this is a threat to all of us, i look forward to discussing how china can play a greater role in addressing the crisis and assisting with humanitarian needs. >> reporter: it is worth noting the same moment the chinese president is discussing climate change, beijing has the worth pollution in the world 25 times what is considered safe.
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a man cooled of opening fire -- accused of opening fire at the colorado planned parent hood clinic. robert dear is suspected of killing a police officer and two civilians. nine other people including several police officers were injured during the five hour standoff. while the motive for the shooting is unclear, he allegedly told authorities no more baby parts after he was arrested. investigators are looking for surveillance videos showing a man and woman posing as police officers. three people were approached in separate incidents yesterday in south philadelphia. two at 4th and jackson in one incident a man flashed a bag and lifted cash from the drivers wallet. bargain hunters are turning to the internal on this sunday. the rush of online shoppers
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crashed target website this morning. target said it would offer 15% discount for everything. but the site went down due to high traffic. they have fixed the issue within the last hour. experts are predicting more than $3 billion in sales before cyber monday is over. many of those online orders are being packed and shipped from a massive building right here in the tri-state area. "action news" reporter, katherine scott takes us behind the scene at the amazon fulfillment center in mercer county. >> reporter: let me tell you how busy amazon is. last cyber monday, amazon took orders for 500 items a minute. >> we're looking for another record day today. >> reporter: last cyber monday was a record-breaking day for amazon. this fulfillment center in robinsville one of the busiest
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will do its part. >> hundreds of thousands of products go out of this buildings today. >> reporter: this facility is about the size of 28 football fields with 14 miles of conveyer belts more than 4,000 employees pick pack and ship orders in this building alone. one is erica. she is a picker. once an item pops up on the screen you one of the robot she was takes it to erica and she takes it and scans it to the right bin. >> halloween we had all the halloween costumes, it's been a transition from that to christmas, toys, play station things like that. >> reporter: we tailors have seen a surge -- retailers have seen a surge in online sales as more people buy online. in store sales were down a billion dollars.
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shoppers spent $2.7 billion online up 14% from last year. buying online is easier than ever and you can do it everywhere. >> shopping online has been convenient and more so, last year we had 60% of our customers shop from their mobile phones. >> reporter: this is amazon's busiest day of the year, it could be their busiest day in history, they have a lot of more to do as the holidays get closer, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> much more to come on "action news" at noon. the first baltimore police officer goes on trial in the death of freddie gray. a security breach at a london landmark. the reason two men climbed to the top of buckingham palace and refused to leave. karen rogers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast that and much more when "action news" continues in just a moment.
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several times, but did not help him. porter faces several charges including manslaughter. the verdict in the trial is expected to set the tone for the other officers indicted. baltimore police commissioner said the future of the city is at stake. college bus full of students overturned south of richmond. they were heading back to the campus of virginia and virginia tech and radford university after the long holiday break. the bus driver was charged with reckless driving. authorities in fresno say a suspected burglar who became stuck in the chimney of the home died after the unsuspected homeowner lit a fire in the fireplace. the homeowner heard someone scream after lighting the fire and called 911.
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the 19-year-old died of smoke and burns. he was alive when they pulled him out, but by the time they got him out, he had died. >> they used drills and chisels to take apart the chimney to take him out. >> i've been deputy for 17 years and i've never seen anything like this. >> the homeowner when he realized a person was stuck in the chimney he extinguished the fire. two protesters were able to get past security at buckingham palace. they are calling for reform in parental rights. they climbed on to the roof despite a number of police officers nearby, they said they were aware of the risks they were taking in light of the heightens security concerns following the paris terror attack. they were arrested on suspicion of trespassing on a protected
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site. pope francis is on his way back to italy after a two day trip to the central african republic. he visited a mosque where he under peace between christians and muslims. he held mass at a sports stadium before heading back to italy. kobe bryant is retiring from the nba. he posted a poem that reads in part my mind can handle the grind, but my body knows it's times to something -- to say goodbye. >> my mind always drifted toward basketball, it doesn't do that now, that was the first indicator that this game is not something that i can obsess over much longer. kobe bryant has won five championships and made the all
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star team 17 times. the 37-year-old brings his farewell tour to philadelphia as the lakers face the sixers tomorrow night. still to come on "action news" at noon, a milestone for a holiday classic. charlie brown christmas is celebrating its 50th anniversary. another tech company expands parental leave, what facebook is offering to new parents. ♪
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company to -- is the latest company to expand paid leave to new parents. all parents will receive 4 months of paid time off. facebook announced the change after founder mark zuckerburg said he will take two months off when his wife delivers their first child. other companies netflix, apple and spotify expanded their policy, as well. a new study suggests damage from obesity can link for decades. reachers tracked 37,000 woman for 32 years, they have an increased risk of sudden cardiac death throughout the entire period regardless of whether they lost the weight or not. new york will become the
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first city to put salt symbols on menus. researchers have linked salt to high blood pressure and heart problems, federal regulators are working on national sodium guidelines. .
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>> meteorologist karen rogers is in for david murphy back now with a closer look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. december arrives tomorrow. does it feel like december? >> reporter: today it does, tomorrow arrives and it will be milder. makes a lot of sense. before you're any more confused we'll take a look at storm tracker 6 live double scan around the area, we're mostly dry, you can see the one little shower popping up. some of it is reaching ground in middletown, millville, new
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jersey, for the -- fortescue, as well. ainlts -- a little bit of rain is suppressed south and west. the action cam was at the philadelphia museum of art. they are walking hard to clean up the -- working hard to clean up a all the leaves. it's chilly, the leaves will become slick as you're traveling. even today is a bit on a chilly side, november will go down in history as the second warmest on record. we were 6 degrees above average. and dry, less than two inches of rain. a good inch below normal. we have a soaking rain coming our way. 44 degrees in philadelphia. the dewpoint 31 not saturated, but we're working toward that with the rain coming. in the winds out of the northeast at 12 miles per hour a chilly breeze and the barometer rising. satellite and radar lots of
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clouds in place, the bulk of the rain is to our south an west, it's a good amount of rain that will come through the region. look at this on the wider view. we have an inch, inch 1/2 of rain heading toward the region. i will be a warm front through the region that will allow the temperatures to rise. 3:00 p.m., 48 degrees, we saw early sunshine, but it's fading. the clouds continue to build and lower and thicken. 5:00 p.m., 47 degrees we're dry through most of the region by 5:00 p.m. by 7:00 p.m. we start to see the showers and the rain building in, 46 degrees. 9:00 p.m., 45 with rain coming through the region. the overnight low 43 that's key in philadelphia. temperatures staying well above the freezing mark. no concerns with that. future tracker 6, 7:00 p.m. tonight, maybe a shower sneaks through. but at 10:00 p.m. we'll see rain
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blanketing the region, 6:30 a.m. we'll see the on and off rain even through the day and look at 8:00 p.m., we see this on tuesday. rain arrives 6 to 10:00 p.m. could be briefly be slick in the poconos. we're watching for a slight chance of freezing rain in the poconos only in the higher elevations. temperatures rise, periods of rain and drizzle. the rain doesn't end until wednesday night. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, mostly cloudy this afternoon 48 is the high. maybe a shower sneaks in. tomorrow, periods of rain through the day, 57 for the high. wednesday more rain, but it's mild, 61, we dry out wednesday night, the rest of the forecast is dry, thursday mostly sunny, 53. friday, nice, 52. saturday, seasonable, cold, 351 about average, sunday, clouds and sun, 54 degrees, tracking rain and i felt it coming our --
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a lot of it coming our way. >> take it over snow, that's for sure. next on "action news" at 12:30, a local swimming star is the cover story on a national magazine because of his accomplishments in and out of the pool. and we'll take you behind the scenes of the philadelphia orchestra's christmas performance. those stories and more next.
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>> hello, again, sarah is off
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are here's some of the stories we're following on "action news" at 12:30, a man faces a judge for the first time after he allegedly stormed a planned parenthood clinic in colorado and opened fire. gop frontrunner donald trump is facing backlash over claims he mocked a reporter with a disability. and a septa bus driver takes one final drive. the man accused of a colorado planned parent hood clinic is expected to make his first court appearance. now we're learning about the victims, elizabeth hur is live in new york. >> reporter: with the victims families asking why this happened, we are learning from neighbors and sources the suspect had gripes with the government and planned parenthood. the terror and chaos inside the

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